First year Contemporary Art Practice students will be showcasing their first semester projects to the public throughout January at the Nexus Art Café in Manchester.
The unique exhibition aims to show the diversity of disciplines taught on the Contemporary Art Practice Foundation Degree (FdA) course, including the use of ceramics, stylings of photography, life drawing, and painting, and also print mediums.
As well as showcasing their individual work, students have also installed a group installation in the main window display of the café. This is fantastic for the student’s portfolios and will show future employers the level of standard to be expected from commissioned work.
Lauren Gunn, a first-year student studying Contemporary Art Practice said,
It is such a unique and valuable experience in which we have learnt a great deal and I feel like we have all worked well as a team.
For those who wish to the see the students work, the exhibition will be held at Nexus Art Café on Dale street, Manchester, and will run until 21 January.
Find further information about the Contemporary Art Practice Foundation Degree (FdA) or take a look at the range of Creative Arts and Digital Media available.